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  • City hails first five-star hotel
    City hails first five-star hotel

    A landmark deal inked this morning will see the City’s current administrative headquarters transformed into a five-star hotel that will help raise Newcastle's tourism stocks by leaving a lasting impression on the guests who stay in the famous “Roundhouse” building.     

  • Funding competition to create more vibrant city
    Funding competition to create more vibrant city

    The City of Newcastle resolved last night to make business improvement associations (BIAs) compete in a free market of ideas to generate more events and initiatives of a higher standard throughout the city.
     

  • Council update:  Tuesday 11 December 2018
    Council update: Tuesday 11 December 2018

    Following is a summary of the Ordinary Council meeting for Tuesday 11 December 2018.
    NB: it is not a full record of resolutions.

     

  • Library exhibitions showcase the emotional power of photography
    Library exhibitions showcase the emotional power of photography

    Moving snaps of legend Kurt Fearnley with children in a Palestinian refugee camp and a cross-aisle celebration of the marriage equality bill are among scores of stunning images on display at Newcastle Region Library.
     

  • Business improvement associations set for overhaul
    Business improvement associations set for overhaul

    Council will consider a recommendation to introduce competition for funding among local business improvement associations, to generate more events and initiatives throughout the city, tomorrow night.
     

  • Construction starts on Stockton drawcard
    Construction starts on Stockton drawcard

    Construction has started on a $1.9 million playground and skate plaza precinct at Griffiths Park, Stockton.
    The South Stockton Active Hub will be built in two parallel rows shorter than the single 140-metre length first envisaged.